Author Archive | Tara

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I am The Invisible Mom

I’m standing here again to pick up my son from school at the end of the day. Except I’m looking around from the outside, in. I’m here everyday, yet I know no one. I quietly watch all the other parents chat, laugh and make plans. I’m always observing, and hoping someone notices me, except not really. […]

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He’s Dad, Not the Babysitter

Here’s the thing, my husband is an amazing dad. And I’m not just saying that to justify my choice of partner. He is truly the kind of parent that I strive to be. He’s not perfect, but that’s what makes him an exceptional dad.  When my husband is alone with our kids, he’s not their babysitter, […]

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Am I Cut Out for This?

This week has been rough. The kids have been cranky, the house is in disarray, we all have cabin fever. As mothers, we can often feel overwhelmed. But every once in a while, when I feel especially exhausted and defeated, I can’t help but think to myself: “Am I cut out for this?” When I was […]

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The Great Divide: Non-Mom Friendships

  We all talk a lot about “mom tribes,” and finding this wonderful group of other moms to bond with. But what about the friends in your life who aren’t moms? Where do they fit in? Or do they slowly fall out of your life? It turns out making mom friends can be pretty darn hard. […]

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Meet Tara

When I was younger, I was terrified of babies and kids. I hated babysitting, I didn’t know how to interact with the little humans I was in charge of taking care of. I never saw myself as a mom, or growing up and getting older for that matter. But alas, growing up is inevitable, and sometimes […]

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